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of the things that came out of this was zachary taylor. zachary taylor is a very unlikely hero in america. he is someone who never voted. he was a rare career military man in the american military and he made his career there. but he wins battle after battle. at the time the top of the battles are include the battle of buena vista. they wanted to make an amphibious landing, the largest one in american history up to that point. and in the heart of mexico, he was significantly reduced for her. the one who had tousled with lincoln in 1846, hardin dies. i'm so fascinated by these seemingly small things that conspire to make great things happen on world stage. in this case, if john hardin had lived, if you come back to mexico and illinois is the hero of the mexican-american war, i think there's very little chance that lincoln would have emerged as the head of the new republican party. there is very little chance that he could've been the nominee for senate as well apart from the illinois republican party. but you never know because he dies in the final minutes of the battle of buena vista. zachary
and chairman of panasonic north america. now on your screen as joe taylor who is the ceo and chairman of panasonic north america. mr. taylor we are here in las vegas at ces international. what products is panasonic debuting? >> guest: peter first, thanks for having me and second the interesting thing about what we are doing here today is not just introducing some new consumer electronics but really rolling out the new image of panasonic globally and that is a company that is almost 100 years old, $100 billion it has a portfolio product far beyond consumer electronics. >> host: such as? >> guest: our b-to-b space is really growing for us. we have major market shares in the avionics industry in flight entertainment automotive industries far beyond speakers and radios, complete multimedia interfaces and navigation systems. we have sports and entertainment venues as well as a large energy business and these are things -- shame on us but we haven't made people will aware of them even though we are 100 years old. >> host: mr. taylor we are aware of panasonic televisions and panasonipanasoni
. >> taylor: hey! are you busy? >> steffy: no, i think we're done here, unless you have something else. >> nope. all good. >> taylor: so, uh, you're losing yourself in your work, i see. >> steffy: oh, what gave it away? >> taylor: oh, let's just say i'm familiar with the syndrome. >> steffy: one of the perks of a demanding job. >> taylor: mm-hmm. just don't go overboard. you know, you have a little one to consider. how are you feeling? >> steffy: oh, i feel great, actually. i just have a constant craving for food. >> taylor: yes.
agenda) 501 taylor street, request for conditional use authorization. item four, 2011.1237c, item 5, 2012.1351c. if i could refer to check the speaker cards to see if anyone wishes to speak. >> president fong: we have two speaker cards, items 4 and 5. that's pulling these off then. we'll heare public comment for item 4, joe duffy (sounds like). >>: this is just the request to take it off the consent calendar. generally we put the signs of the beginning of the regular calendar once they have been taken off the consent unless you want to hear them now. >>: 1520 stockton st., item 5. >> president fong: will pull them off consent and hear those, correct? >>: you have to reserve public comment and testimony until we call the regular calendar which should be shortly. >>: the non-commissioner borden. >> commissioner borden: i move to approve. >>: second. >> commissioner moore: aye >> commissioner sugaya: aye >> commissioner wu: aye >> president fong: aye >> commissioner moore: aye. >>: passes unanimously, 7-0. item 6. >> president fong: any public comments on minutes? commissioner antonini. >>
i hope you choke to death. >> plus ed sheeran, the pop sensation guy. >> are you scared of taylor swift writing songs about you? >> would you date her? >> no. >> coming up, rihanna left a club bloody. >> she's gotten better looking in the last couple of years. >> i think that's just called healing. >> how you doing? >> it's ed sheeran in l.a. >> i like "tmz. they make me laugh. >> don't you love this guy? >> we all like each other. now let's screw this up. >> what's next for you? >> i'm going on tour with taylor swift for the next six months. >> ooh. >> that's right because we've all heard this song before, literally. >> would you go there? would you date her? >> no. >> snap, keep your barely legal love bumps to yourself swift. isn't it refreshing to see someone resist that vixon? >> he wouldn't have any chance, that's why he wouldn't date her. >> this is where things may take an unfortunate turn. >> successful -- >> he's successful. >> maybe they'll meet good looks. >> there are girls who love him. >> on yes, check out this recent stampede. >> oh my god. >> taylor swift does not
@captioncolorado.com >> eric: well, uh... where did that come from? >> taylor: if you did that out of pity... >> eric: no, why would i pity you? >> taylor: because you know i've been going through a difficult time and it would be just like the sensitive, caring man you are to kiss me and reach out to me, to comfort me, and i don't want to misinterpret that. >> eric: i wouldn't kiss you if i didn't want to. >> taylor: to be fair, it's debatable who kissed whom. >> eric: yeah, well, either way it was terrific. it was wonderful. i hope you feel the same way. >> taylor: i do. >> liam: so, what's the status on that mobile app update? >> tech says it'll be ready tomorrow. >> liam: okay, stay on them about that, 'cause i want that ready as soon as possible, but without any bugs. what else? >> the final edit on the "are newspapers still relevant?" piece is ready to view. >> liam: what's the verdict? >> they're making a comeback. >> liam: okay, this is good. it's good news for th
. >> eric: taylor. >> taylor: hi. >> eric: hi. is steffy back? >> taylor: yes, she is, and too bad -- you just missed her. >> eric: so, how does she look? is there a glow about her? >> taylor: yes, a glow, and, ugh, a maturity. oh, my gosh. this baby changes everything for steffy. >> liam: so...how was the trip? >> steffy: it was good to see my dad. he needed my support. >> liam: was it about brooke? breakup? >> steffy: mm. years of falling in and out of love with a logan doesn't go away just like that. >> liam: think he'll ever come back? >> steffy: probably not any time soon.
after she complained about it. the feds are asking for love wages on ms. murphy-taylor's behalf. this case goes back to septet lawsuit filed by ms. murphy- taylor. she claims she was harassed and fired after reporting an assault by john hoffman. murphy-taylor says he put his hand down her pants and groped her breasts. murphy-taylor is a 35-year-old former detective. she's been suing the sheriff and the office for more than $10 million, claiming the sheriff and others were aware of the frequent harassment but took no action. i did reach tout the sheriff moments ago and have not heard back. the sheriff and several others have filed motions to get more time to respond. >>> you can see that the clouds are holding tough. winds are out of the south and west. that's a mild breeze for us. temperatures as a result, pretty mild. 53 in saidy side. -- in shady side. about a half inch of precipitation since midnight, all liquid, all rain. there was a decent amount of rain this morning. it will be a bit chillier tomorrow morning. low in at 30s. we'll have more straight ahead. >>> baltimore wi
was john taylor, rev. john taylor. and john taylor is an intellectual. he is very complicated. he is a bit torn about nixon. and he admired nixon's mind. and he wanted nixon's library to be credible. now, i don't believe that every member of the nixon foundation shared john's intellectual goal. he really wanted the cold war historian. he knew who i was because i had worked on the project with pda. i just let the materials speak for themselves. i write books, but on different subjects. john taylor wanted me, too. he was hired by then-president george w. bush. my first book is about the cuban missile crisis. both of them wanted me. they came to me. i did not apply for the job. from the beginning, i said, look, i am a historian. we have to have a place where history is so comfortable. i am not a member of the republican party. i am not partisan crowd i am now going to become a member of the republican party. and that is aside from the fact that i was gay. i told them come if you want this, this is what you will get. i was very straightforward. i spoke with julie nixon eisenhower and tricia ni
of the bands up for album of the year. >> taylor and i have revealed the nominees in one more grammy category. album of the year. >> some nights by fun. >> it's a dramatic theatrical big pop rock band. >> each song is such a huge anthem and they go for broke on every song and they have this huge chorus and they have this fist pump moment. >> sometimes you find a band that they might speak to one genre but somehow, some of the music that they make just seems to creep into all the other genres. >> i think they are a long time -- particularly with younger bands. i think post-nirvana there has been a desire not to be big in the first place and not to sort of make the big statement. ♪ [ music ]♪ ♪ carry on ♪ the ♪ >> sounds like i don't know a little bit. >> if queen had like a broadway musical. >> queen comes to mind, electric light orchestra comes to mind. these are not common references or plus this these days. when things like that connect, they can connect in a very big way at a time when a lot of people are scared to swing for the fenc
@captioncolorado.com >> bill: i know you're hurting for your daughter. if there's anything i can do... >> taylor: shouldn't you be out on a date? then again, if you got rid of that beard, you might get more dates. >> thomas: hello, mother. >> taylor: it's as true now as it was in my day. >> thomas: what's that? >> taylor: all work and no play makes... >> thomas: thomas next in line for the forrester presidency. >> taylor: i thought that was all settled. >> thomas: things are always changing, around here, especially. why aren't you out on a date? >> taylor: uh, well, i, uh, had to stop by at bill's office to give him a little, um, information. >> thomas: mom, i don't have to remind you, do i? the guy's married. >> taylor: that wasn't what i was, uh, sharing with him. i was sharing something different. we're going to be grandparents. your sister is pregnant. >> thomas: [ sighs ] >> steffy: okay, um, we're in big trouble. your kitchen is totally bare. all you have are these. >> liam: oh! geez. >> steffy: and this. >> liam: hey! no, no, no, no. >> steffy: and this. hey, if we have a boy, you guys are going to be p
of panasonic north america. i'm your screen is joe taylor, the ceo and chairman of panasonic north america. -- on your screen is joe taylor, the ceo and chairman of panasonic north america. talk to me about the products. >> thank you for having me. interesting thing we're doing here is not just in to do seeing some new consumer electronics, but rolling out the new image of panasonic globally carried that is a company that is almost 100 years old and has a portfolio product far beyond consumer electronics. >> such as? >> our b2b space is growing for us. we have major market shares in- flight entertainment and automotive industry far beyond speakers and radios. navigation systems. sports and entertainment venues. shame on us, but we have not made people well aware of these even though we are 100 years old. >> we are aware of panasonic television and cameras and things like that. you have a brand called your tv. what is that? >> your db is the latest innovation. -- your tv is the latest innovation. it will want their content when they wanted. they want to communicate. they want twitter. they
caught "singin' in the rain." ♪ [ music ]♪ >> reporter: taylor swift was the ringmaster of her own on- stage circus. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> reporter: rhianna gave one of the more intimate performances of the night. >> the grammy goes to somebody that i used to no. >> reporter: gotye won for best record but were most thrilled about somebody they had never met. >> you told us you wanted to meet prince tonight. not only did you meet him but he handed you a grammy. >> awesome. >> reporter: you seem to be in shock. >> we are. we were shaking getting up there. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> reporter: the fun guys won best new artist and song of the year. but needed a bathroom break. >> i have to pee so bad so i'm going to leave this up for one of these guys. >> reporter: kelly clarkson barely made it to the stage. >> i'm so sorry. i got stuck to miranda lambert. >> frank ocean. >> reporter: and chris brown made niece for what he did not do, staying in his seat while everyone else gave grammy winner frank ocean a standing ovation. brown allegedly punched ocean in the
, and you can make a fresh start. you're not tied to steffy in any way. just let her go. >> taylor: i felt something. >> steffy: mom, come on. i've only been pregnant for a minute. >> taylor: how's your morning sickness? >> steffy: mm. comes and goes. >> taylor: you're telling liam tonight? >> steffy: that's the plan. so, uh, thomas vice president -- when did that
escaped to west germany. mcdonald had high prize for taylor and the canadians and americans who had kept the operation secret. >> there's no question in my mind whatsoever that had this story broken, the lives of our diplomatic core in tehran would have been in dangerous. >> reporter were unable to pry any more information from that get away. kenneth taylor sheltered the americans for three months in tehran. he was also in charge of spiriting the six americans from that country. taylor gave answers and was very nonchalant about his own danger. >> there were a lot of memories. difficult to identify one particular event. there was a series of quite a few different events. >> would you stop at any stage? >> it had its moments. >> reporter: the crowd burst into clap and tears. a happy welcome, shouts of fellow state department employees echoing through the diplomatic rotunda. canada and canadians were cheered like much of the americans. many people including the returnees were wearing maple leaves in honor of canada. there was concern somebody might say something that would make the iranian
. brad taylor. talk about some of the clinical trials that might help people along the way. >> sure. there are four trials currently that we are conducting in the division of cardiac surgery. the first one is an aortic valve trial called partner two where we take an aortic valve. instead of doing the traditional surgery, put a valve on a small catheter and placing it through a small incision in the groin or left side of the cleft to treat severe aortic stenosis. clearly, it's a big improvement. avoids the heart, lung machine, stopping the heart. essentially patients pink up right in front of us as we deploy that device. there's a clip called the mitral clip. looking at a device that's loaded on to a catheter about the size of my little finger or the size of a pencil. this goes up and crosses the mitral valve and fixes leaky mitral valves. we have clinical trial to treat hypertension. a lot of people in this region with severe high blood pressure on several medications. we have a small cat they are ti that can deactivate the nerves that control high blood pressure with the goal of re
of taylor swift writing songs about you? >> would you date her? >> no. >> coming up, rihanna left a club bloody. >> she's gotten better looking in the last couple of years. >> i think that's just called healing.  and...done. did you just turn your ringer off so no one would interrupt us? oh no, i... just used my geico app to get a tow truck. it's gonna be 30 minutes. oh, so that means that we won't be stuck up here, for hours, with nothing to do. oh i get it, you wanna pass the time, huh. (holds up phone) fruit ninja!!! emergency roadside assistance. just a click away with the geico mobile app. >> how you doing? >> it's ed sheeran in l.a. >> i like "tmz. they make me laugh. >> don't you love this guy? >> we all like each other. now let's screw this up. >> what's next for you? >> i'm going on tour with taylor swift for the next six months. >> ooh. >> that's right because we've all heard this song before, literally. >> would you go there? would you date her? >> no. >> snap, keep your barely legal love bumps to yourself swift. isn't it refreshing to see someo
show was pretty spectacular. nice lineup of folks. taylor swift opened the show. and we saw the return of justin timberlake for the first time in four years. j.t. fan, huh? >> oh, yeah, big-time. >> he was good. >> abc's jason nathanson was at the staples center. and joins us now, by phone, with all of the highlights. so, jason, lots of things happening. who were the big winners last night? >> reporter: definitely had to be dan auerbach. he had three wins tonight. one solo for producer of the year. so, he's the big overall winner. but when it comes to album of the year, the most coveted prize of the years, mumford & sons took that for "babel." it's good to see something that's critical and commercial success win that award. >> and that band has a unique sound. and they've had a good year. so, good to see a little surprise winner. also taylor swift, she opened the show. how do you think that went? >> reporter: she did. and it was a good way to open the show. it was up-tempo. it was fun. there were clowns. there was fire. i think i saw tricycles going on. it was definitely a lot of fun a
are making too much noise already. >> all right, item 6 d, adam fond dba center for new music, 55 taylor, limited live performance permit application. nick? >> so, the center for new music is a non-profit community center and community space located at 55 tail ler and the center is a community space for musicians and space for rehearsal and performances and center for performances on a regular basis. we have not received any specific communications of concern for the use of the permit. >> okay. is the applicant here? >> yeah. >> come on forward. >> thank you, thank you for hearing our application for the permit. my name is adam and i am the founder and the executive director of center for new music san francisco which is a new non-profit organization and we are sponsored by arts which is a non-profit organization that is based in san francisco for 30 years. our mission is to serve the musicians of the san francisco bay area, and we have a few different program areas and ways of doing this, of course, none of this has been rolled out yet and we just moved into the space at 55 taylor in oc
chirping ] >> taylor: let me just tell you something about steffy. we talk about everything. there are no secrets between us. do you know that she walked in on hope and liam in her bedroom? and she didn't say anything. >> brooke: i'm sorry. that must have been very painful for her. >> taylor: it was. but she has faith in liam, and she understands that they're going to have a future together. >> brooke: [ chuckles ] that sounds like that could be painful for her, too. >> taylor: i've got to tell you brooke, she is not going to be the person who's going to be hurt. it's going to be hope because you keep giving her a false sense of security. >> brooke: why does it feel like you keep making this a contest between the two of us? >> taylor: force of habit. >> thomas: well, forrester hasn't filled the vice president seat in awhile. it could be a good opportunity to red
think captain roy taylor is there. >> the players are in the process of debarking from the airplane. an escorted right up to owings mills. there are people here to greet the world champions. we understand there'll lot of people who are trying to slide on the side of the roadway to try and get a peak of the ravens but police are not allowing that. hopefully, they will finish loading up within the next 20 or 30 minutes and will be on their way up to owings mills for them to get in their personal vehicles and go home. we will take them from the airport and follow the escort all the way up to dr. baltimore and baltimore county and up to the goings mills training camp. when we get more information we will update you. i am capt. roy taylor. >> i wanted to ask a quick question before you go. where are the people that you were talking about? there were lots of people. are they on the roadway? >> the people are just the airport people. pretty much at the base of the airplane as you're getting off. police have not allowed anybody, no one to get down here where they are debarking at the cargo
in years. >> peace of mind. very happy, a day to rejoice. taylor hired anastasia oluoch to care for her 90-year-old father at home. but it's from security cameras installed and home led to her arrest. prosecutors say having a video helped with what could have been could havewin in court. >> to have video is extremely helpful. >> what appeared to be a slam- dunk case turned into an international problem for prosecutors. oluoch fled back to her native kenya before she could stand trial. it took five years for police to track her down. >> when you are fighting for someone you love like a parent or anyone, it keeps going, even if it takes teen years. >> taylor said she would like to have seen a longer sentence, but she is satisfied with the outcome. >> that they had given her two years, i would of been at peace. i pray that the six years feels like 50. my dad is excited right now, like i am. >> sarah tells us because oluoch is not a u.s. citizen, a detective said she will be deported as soon as she finishes serving out her sentence. >> one of the jurors behind a guilty verdict in the phylicia
arundel county. a fire going on right there. let's go live to capt. roy taylor. where are you? >> we are down in glen burnie. we can tell you that this is an abandoned building. it is all boarded up. there were holes in the floor, they ask them to attack from the outside. it's quite dangerous for them to go in. we see some of the fire crews working their way inside in the basement of this facility. it is a vacant building here in glen burnie and we're trying to get more information on it for the cause and if there are any injuries involved. we will update you, as we always do. live in sky team 11, i'm capt. roy taylor. >> the legal step israel is taking to promote a much healthier look in the fashion industry and it has other countries considering following suit. >> the coast guard says they know what caused the fire on the cruise ship triump >> coast guard officials say the engine rimfire leaving -- engine room fire leading to the stranded triumph was caused by a leak. it lost power and propulsion leaving them stuck in the gulf of mexico for days. they see the full investigation wil
? >> right? >> thank you, guys. >> thank you. >> the next look we have taylor. she's in a basic black bra and spiced it up, and she's with sam. >> i think this is a great way. she just -- we just matched the shorts to the bra. it's easy. it kind of gives that girl next door fantasy, and she's wearing pj salvage shorts, and her bra is calvin klein, $30 bra, and then our guy is wearing classic pajama pants from michael kors. >> nothing more comfortable than that. >> taylor is our brave girl today. >> you look great. you look great. thanks, taylor. thank you, sam. >> very good, you guys. >> let's get some red hot -- >> you have taylor. >> yes, so taylor is wearing a sexier version of the classic pajama. she has $148 for the set, and you can find them at nordstrom's, and we pop the button and show a little cleavage. >> a little? hello. >> you can cover up, or just let the girls out a little bit, which is what we did. >> what kind of a bra does she have on? >> a demi-lace bra with a little jewel. show the jewel off. then we have polo boxers. >> those are comfy. >> yeah. ralph lauren. >> all ri
" daily beast right after the break and plus they are the moments that changed america. and author taylor branch knows them well. he joins us. the march goes on. "the war room" on a thursday. we'll be right back. the bar harbor bake is really worth trying. [ male announcer ] get more during red lobster's lobsterfest. with the year's largest selection of mouth-watering lobster entrees. like our delicious lobster lover's dream, featuring two kinds of succulent lobster tails. or our savory, new grilled maine lobster and lobster tacos. it's back, but not for long. [ woman ] our guests go crazy for lobsterfest. my favorite entree is the lobster lover's dream. what's yours? come celebrate lobsterfest and sea food differently. they think this world isn't big enough for the both of them. but we assure you - it is. bites. little greatness. your vacuum doesn't always pick up what's left behind. only the resolve easy clean system has foam power to remove three times more dirt than vacuuming alone. don't just vacuum clean. resolve clean. (vo) it's a vanguard
, it was opened by taylor swift, big circus act. it was really good. turns out, carry underwood and taylor swift can't stand each other. they were told to keep them away from each other, not to cross paths during the awards show. apparently taylor swift says that carey has always been rude to her, so she steers clear of her. >> us weekly reporting. and tony braxton saying after eight grammys, i'm retired, i'm done. she says, for what i do, i have to feel that excitement and it's simply gone. so toni braxton is out of there. but don't worry, folks, it's monday. we get a double dose of "the skinny" today. don't go far. and lunesta®(eszopiclone) can help you get there. like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other activities while asleep, without remembering it the next day, have been reported. lunesta should not be taken together with alcohol. abnormal behaviors may include aggressiveness, agitation, hallucinations, or confusion. in depressed patients, worsening of depression,
responses. we were able to take and provide a taylored response package to better serve the customer. again, we don't want to go in with a full package that the state or civil environments aren't really asking for, we want to be sure it's taylored appropriately and it's responsive and timely. we also had the humanitarian assistance coordination center. that's the place we were able to take the non-governmental agencies and the hoetion nation international agencies and have them interacting and coordinating with the military folks so that we were able to provide an understanding of how we all work together. so if you want additional information, if you want to talk to captain napalitano, he is the commanding officer for the expeditionary training group, and he is the -- in charge of the people that train and certify that crisis response adaptive force package. his folks also put together the different events for this, for the exercise. the apan provides us an opportunity to be able to share this information with others who want to share the information and be able to share what we did onli
love her. now is your chance. >> steffy: this can't be happening. >> taylor: see? i told you brooke wouldn't let hope just sit and wait. >> steffy: let's just get there. please. >> taylor: [ sighs ] >> steffy: liam is not getting married today. ♪ >> ♪ tell me, tell me what makes you so hot? ♪ ♪ dancing all by myself even if they all stare ♪ ♪ tell me, tell me how do you dress up? ♪
'm looking for d.b. russell. announcer: a crime in vegas... taylor: where is she? how well do you know christine? i love this woman. announcer: ...ends in new york. ♪ i follow you down... ♪ i'll call my team. ♪ through the eye of the storm... ♪ taylor: you heard what he said. she's going to die. i'm coming with you. stokes: we got a body. (groans) where is she?! announcer: only cbs.
to remember and make it official. and we still can, liam. >> taylor: you should have stopped hope from going out there. >> brooke: she has every right to talk to liam and steffy about this pregnancy. it affects all of them. i'm proud of hope for standing up the way she did. i bet you didn't expect that. you just thought she would run away. >> taylor: no, no. not at all. why would she think it's wrong to interfere in somebody else's family? she learned everything she knows from her mother. >> caroline: i don't want to give you the wrong impression. i would love to come and volunteer here with you someday. >> rick: well, there's no time like the present. >> caroline: okay, it's just that i really don't like surprises. you know, you tell me that we're going to get lunch. and i've really just been looking forward to spending time
to think that it's what you wanted. was i wrong? >> liam: [ sighs ] >> taylor: i'm going out there. >> brooke: oh, no, you don't. >> steffy: mom, let him be. he needs to talk to hope first. >> taylor: honey, what could he possibly want to say that he hasn't said yet? >> steffy: i had to learn patience. why can't the two of you? >> brooke: it wasn't patience that brought you running here today to announce that you're pregnant with liam's child. >> steffy: no, it wasn't. it was to save him from the trap that you set. >> rick: hey, uh...specials. uh...soup -- the soup today is -- >> maya: you know, i'm not really hungry. >> rick: good, because nobody told me what the soup is today. >> maya: you didn't ask at the start of your shift? >> rick: i don't have any training. i don't even know why they hired me here. [ laughs ] >> maya: well, i used to wait tables. you'll pick it up. >> rick: at some fancy french restaurant, i imagine. i see you in some classier setting. >> maya: me too. somehow i never quite made that happen. had a lot of dreams, though. >> rick: dreams can always come true.
, everyone. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> taylor: liam's coming back. >> steffy: liam... >> brooke: where's hope? >> liam: gone. >> brooke: what do you mean, "gone"? >> liam: i mean she left. >> brooke: you just let her go? >> liam: yeah, brooke, i did. >> taylor: liam, you made the right choice. you two have a lot of plans to make, so i'll let you do that. >> hope: [ sighs ] ♪
? i'm nancy o'dell. >> and i'm rob marciano. ♪ >>> adele. beyonce. taylor. backstage at the grammys. >> rihanna cuddling with chris brown. and wearing an engagement ring? >> where they were spotted after the show. >>> plus -- >> what did you think about this risky dress code? >> what dress code? >> who ignored the wardrobe memo. >>> taylor texting and slamming her ex? >> he's like, i still love you. i'm like, i'm sorry. i'm busy opening up the grammys. >> "e.t.'s" twitter mirror. the stars tweeting photos from our platform. >>> plus, the night's best and worst dressed. and beyonce in red for vogue. we got it first.
taylor who's focused on surgery at the university of maryland medical center. so you get that diagnosis. there is some type of heart disease in the family, either adult or child, and you have to have surgery. how has surgery changed over the years regarding evolving technology? >> cardiac surgery has become much more patient friendly. it's clearly a lot safer to undergo than 10 years ago. the way we conduct cardiac surgery is much less invasive. 10 years ago the risk of having something bad happen to you around the time of the operation was higher. the procedures we do are fairly routine. currently the icu care that's given to patients is -- has gotten down to be pretty routine. most patients are in and out of the hospital in five days. the risks are somewhere around 1% to 12%. in addition, patients with extremes of diseases are being operated on, extremes of age. 10 years ago it was rare to operate on one 80 or older. often it's notten common that we are operating on people into their 90s. so we can do cardiac surgery safer on older people with a lot of medical conditions. also, a lot
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and education reporter. that's ambassador meow-ton. >> i thought that was rip taylor. >> that's good. >> is rip taylor still alive? >> i don't know. >> if he is still alive and has not been on "red eye" he is letting america down. >> if he is, rip, rip taylor. >> he is probably alive. >>> tucker, the survey points out what is the obvious reason for the stress is the job market we are in right now coupled with things like they don't believe social security is around for that. yet who did they vote for? >> barack obama. >> they vote for deem centers for disease control. should -- should we feel bad for them? i want to know. >> is it a life of video games and it is a lot tougher than it looks. >> i can vouch. everything you have said i can vouch for. >> i am just saying, they have no one to take care of. maybe that is the problem. when you do have dependence, there is a purpose in life. why am i on earth? i am here to pay tuition. >> to be fair you never did. >> i didn't want to say that. >> is it possible that this gets to something tucker was getting at, they are less equiped to has been -- to h
-ton. >> i thought that was rip taylor. >> that's good. >> is rip taylor still alive? >> i don't know. >> if he is still alive and has not been on "red eye" he is letting america down. >> if he is, rip, rip taylor. >> he is probably alive. >>> tucker, the survey points out what is the obvious reason for the stress is the job market we are in right now coupled with things like they don't believe social security is around for that. yet who did they vote for? >> barack obama. >> they vote for deem centers for disease control. should -- should we feel bad for them? i want to know. >> is it a life of video games and it is a lot tougher than it looks. >> i can vouch. everything you have said i can vouch for. >> i am just saying, they have no one to take care of. maybe that is the problem. when you do have dependence, there is a purpose in life. why am i on earth? i am here to pay tuition. >> to be fair you never did. >> i didn't want to say that. >> is it possible that this gets to something tucker was getting at, they are less equiped to has been -- to handle stress because they have been
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